Residents breathe a sigh of relief as their city welcomes back friends, business partners and tourists.
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Macao’s chief executive updated President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang on the city’s progress over 2022, and reaffirmed Macao’s commitment to “the Chinese dream of national rejuvenation” under the “One Country, Two Systems” principle.
There’s plenty of cause for optimism, says Ho Iat Seng. From the loosening of Covid-19 controls, to Macao’s economic diversification.
The 26 recipients of Macao’s medals of honour, merit, and distinguished service include banks, charities, and a former judge.
The MOP 235 million Guia Hill Pedestrian Tunnel is a boon for commuters, but an attraction in its own right – and a space where people gather to socialise.
Maccrew is not your average shoe brand. Founder Allen Choi has set out to bring custom sneakers to Macao and propel the city to the forefront of fashion.
Two men whose childhoods were dominated by Macao’s firecracker factories have helped document this bygone era in their later years. Their work is being showcased at the newly restored Iec Long firecracker factory, a heritage site now open to the public.
Award-winning author Joe Tang spins the true story of Lin Zexu’s 1839 trip to Portuguese-administered Macao into a thrilling assassination plot. In doing so, he encourages readers to reconsider the city’s role in the First Opium War.
How did a British pharmacist invent a pastry that’s unique to Macao and beloved by the world? The founder of Lord Stow’s Bakery simply wanted to please the people in a city he loved.
Macao’s stamp collectors are passionate about their hobby’s colourful history – a record, in fact, of history itself. But will their enthusiasm live on in the next generation?